The film Corrections tells the story of a man ridden with guilt for ruining his parents’ life. He compares his life to that of a cockroach. While trying to remember what happened in the past, he discovers the real reason for his guilt. The film is created by repetitive camera movements and the actions of the actors. Keren Cytter uses traditional film components such as actors, casting, voice and text in a most unusual way. Through her methodical and effective use of deconstruction, she calls into question our blind dependence on the prevailing narrative structures.